The Folk Life Museum is devoted to folk art and lifestyle. Highlights include 2000 years of traditional clothing in an exhibition that...
Perched on the southern edge of Schlossberg is the city's emblem, the Uhrturm. In what must have been a good deal for Europe's...
Dom im Berg
The tunnels under Schlossberg were once used as air-raid shelters. Today, some of them have been refashioned into a large arts-clubbing...
Ask any local where to find the best outdoor dining experience in Graz, and they’ll probably say Aiola. Whether it’s king prawns with...
Rising to 473m, Schlossberg is the site of the original fortress where Graz was founded and is topped by the city's most visible icon – the Uhrturm. Its wooded slopes can be reached by a number of bucolic and strenuous paths, but also by lift or Schlossbergbahn funicular. Take tram 4 or 5 to Schlossplatz/Murinsel for the lift.